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14 year Old Jameesha Terry Missing Since Monday in California City, CA (Update: Found Deceased)

14 year old Jameesha Terry has been missing since Monday when she got off her school bus at 3:30pm and has not been seen from since.

Jameesha Terry

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  • 5’4” tall
  • weighs between 90-100 lbs
  • She was last seen wearing a red shirt and blue jeans.

Her family thinks that foul play is involved in her disappearance for a couple of reasons:

  • Earlier this month, Terry was badly beaten up at school and her family has since pressed charges against her attackers.
  • Since then, Terry has been bullied at school and on several occasions, harassed on her way home.
  • On Monday, her family’s home was broken into and vandalized. The letters CWI were spray painted all over the exterior of the home.

If anyone has any information please call the California City Police Department at 760-373-8606.

UPDATE I: Authorities Search Home Of Missing Girl’s Uncle. Body Of Young Woman Found In Adjacent Field

The FBI and California City Police searched the home Monday of a man who is the uncle of a missing teenager, according to the FBI. A young girl’s body was found Sunday near the uncle’s residence. Authorities have not positively identified the body.

UPDATE II: California City Body Identified As Missing Girl

The body of a female found in a dirt field in California City last week has been identified as Jamesha Terry, 14, who has been missing for several weeks.

The coroner’s office is calling it a suspicious death, but need to complete further analysis before they can rule her death a homicide.

FBI agents and Kern County coroner’s officials used dental records to identify the body that was badly decomposed.

Terry was found before 6 p.m. Sunday in a field on the 21000 block of Neuralia Road.

Authorities searched Terry’s uncle’s apartment, which is 100 yards away from the field, and questioned him Monday, although he is not considered a suspect at this point. (KERO-23)

March 24th, 2007 at 06:34pm Posted by | Found Deceased, Missing Children, Missing Teen | 9 comments

14 year old Kristina Trevino Missing in Colorado

14 year old Kristina Trevino is missing and was last seen late Monday night. Kristina Trevino

TILLMAN, CO– The search is on this today for a missing 14-year old girl from Tillman County.  7 News has been on the phone with the sheriff’s department since the call came in last night.

They’re not able to tell us much at this point, except that a search is underway.

7 News is also in contact with the girl’s mother and she says her daughter Kristina Trevino was last seen late Monday night, around midnight near Snyder.  She’s a student there.

Her mother is very worried about Kristina and hopes she is found safe.  She says Kristina took her dog with her and may have been walking toward Snyder. (KSWO)

March 24th, 2007 at 05:52pm Posted by | Missing, Missing Teen | one comment

Amber Alert for Missing 7 year old Debrea Ingram

AMBER ALERT issued for 7 year old Debra Ingram.

There’s an amber alert out for a seven-year-old girl missing from the Detroit area. Debrea Ingram is a black female, 3-feet tall and she weighs 69 pounds. Debrea has green eyes, brown hair and was wearing a white sweater, jeans, black shoes and a black jacket.

She was last with 21-year-old Toria Bradley. Bradley was seen driving a 80′s model Ford T-Bird. If you see either one, you’re asked to call 911 right away. (WLNS)

March 24th, 2007 at 12:16pm Posted by | Amber Alert, Missing, Missing Children | no comments

Houston Officials Reverse Decisions, They will Go forward with Landfill Search for Tynesha Stewart , Texas Equusearch to Spearhead Search (UPDATE: No Search, Decision Reversed Again)

Houston officials have done an about face and reversed their initial decision not to search the landfill/landfills for missing Tynesha Stewart.

Authorities in Houston have approved spending up to $500,000 to search area landfills for the remains of a Texas A&M student whose ex-boyfriend confessed to killing her.

The request comes after angry complaints about the decision not to search for the remains of 19-year-old Tynesha Stewart, who disappeared last week.

Officials reversed their initial decisions to not search the landfills due to cost and improbable outcome of not finding her due to pressure and complaints brought up by black local leaders and activists. Personally, the Houston officials were crazy for not going forth with this search from the outset causing racial unrest especially when volunteer search team Texas EquuSearch had stated they would conduct the search at no cost.

Investigators reconsidered after several high-profile complaints from US Representative Sheila Jackson Lee, state Representative Sylvester Turner and community activist Quannel X. (KWTX)

However, the plans go forward to begin the search for Tynesha Stewart as soon as possibly Wednesday.

Plans are underway to conduct a series of searches for Tynesha Stewart, the Texas A&M coed believed to have been killed by her ex-boyfriend. However, those searches may be difficult after word that the 19-year-old’s body may have been dismembered and spread out in landfills across the region.

The volunteer search organization Texas Equusearch announced Friday it was set to launch an extensive search for Stewart. The search could begin as early as Wednesday said Texas Equusearch founder Tim Miller.

On Monday the sheriff’s office, Texas Equusearch and the landfills’ operator Waste Management will meet to go over a plan. Already an area of a landfill in Atascocita had been marked off in preparation for a search. The same was being done at a landfill in Brazoria County. Miller already put out a call for volunteers. (KHOU)

UPDATE I: Houston Authorities reverse Search Decision Again, Authorities call off search for A&M student’s body

Even with Texas EquuSearch’s offer to search for Tynesha Stewart, the authorities have called off the search.

Tim Miller, the director of Texas Equusearch, which had hoped to begin assisting in a search of an Atoscocita-area landfill next week, said he was deeply saddened they would not be able to return Stewart’s body to her family.

“We did everything we could,” he said. “It just wasn’t meant to be.”

Harris County Sheriff’ Tommy Thomas announced Saturday night there will be no search for the body of Tynesha Stewart, the 19-year-old Texas A&M student who was murdered March 15.

“There are no remaining body parts,” Thomas said at a press conference. “We have determined through this investigation that the defendant dismembered the victim and burned her body parts. There is no body to be found. Based on that information, there will be no search. The family is aware of this and they understand.”

Thomas, who called on local media to give the Stewart family privacy, said Timothy Wayne Shepherd burned Stewart’s body in a barbecue grill on his patio at his apartment in the 17700 block of Red Oak in northwest Harris County. (Houston Chronicle)

From the Texas Equusearch Web site …

We are deeply saddened to report that no search for Tynesha’s body will be made. Authorities state there are no remains to be found. We want to thank all of our members that worked so hard, the wonderful people that volunteered, and all the people of the entire community that expressed their concern and wanted so badly to help. The outpouring support came from everywhere and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Please keep Tynesha’s family in your prayers during this time. We want to express a very special thank you to Cindy Wisdom who selfishly devoted all of her energy and time into helping this family. She’s one of our biggest heroes. Thank you and God Bless you all.


March 24th, 2007 at 11:48am Posted by | Crime/Murder, Landfill search, Missing, Missing Teen, Search and Rescue, Texas Equusearch, Tynesha Stewart | no comments